Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Wellington” in chapter 14, page 142 of John Dimitry , A. M., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 10.1, Louisiana:
... line was swept away as by a flood.
Every gun was captured as soon as placed for action.
The slaughter of the men was keeping pace with the capture of the guns.
The decisive moment that came to Wellington at Waterloo, when he shut up his field glasses; that certitude which came to Napoleon at Austerlitz, when he took snuff, had now come to Taylor at Mansfield.
The Thirteenth army corps, breaking at ...
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